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the homicides all took place fear his family hangouts around los angeles and they trying to get their hands on a series of audio tapes from 1969 that they believe could provide more clues, coming from this guy, a man son follower, who, too, is serving a life sentence, tex watson. what do we know of the tapes, trace? >>trace: hours of conversations that he had with his attorney back in 1969. he was very forthcoming about his involvement with charles manson and at the least, police believe they can get a better understanding and more insight about what the man son family was doing at the time of the killing. a judge first said the los angeles police department could have the tapes but watson appealed and now it is tied up in courts. whatever is on the tapes be the man who covered this back in the day, he says he thinks there is more to the story. >> i am not at all surprised this could be more murders. we all suspected it at the time, where is the rest of this? we did not believe this just happened one time. >>trace: charles manson believed they would be blamed on black militants and that wou
he is on the way to denver and then off to los angeles for an appearance on "the tonight show," and late night in las vegas. the president will spend the night on air force one as he heads down to tampa, and governor romney is at a rally in reno, nevada and then heads to iowa and then ohio. the candidates will be in the key battle ground states. the latest polls appear for give president obama a lead, however slim, in the state of nevada. >>reporter: they do. but it is in the margin of error, governor romney finishing under the event here in reno trying to turn around the results of 2008. the president is increasingly looking like a map who is desperate to hang on to his job with the 48-hour six-state swing and continuing the same level of snark on display at debate this week, ridiculing governor romney for the shift to the middle saying he is forgetting the previous conservative positions and he has a bad case of romnesia. >> if you can't remember the policies on your own website, or the promises you made over the last six years you have been running for president, or the pro
to board a plane to los angeles with enough weapons to inflict serious damage. weapons. the security team caught him after his flight arrived at lax on friday. he was stopped when he had a bullet-proof vest on. guy with bullet-proof vest, ask him a question. he also had a knife the when screeners looked at his luggage, he is what else they found. a smoke grenade, a gas mask, three leather coated billy cubs, a collapsible baton, a hatchet, body bag, handcuffs and of course more knives. the passenger did not have any link to terror groups. now, jonathan hunt is here. lamb -- lax was not the first stop. >>jonathan: the japanese and korean equivalent of the t.s.a. have questions to answer. as far as officials are aware, this pan, 28 years first boarded a plane in japan. he then flew to korea where he boarded the flight to lax. the question is, where did he get the items in as soon as he land at lax he was stopped by custom officials. >>shepard: was everything in the checked bags in >>jonathan: it is not legal getting on a plane with flame retarrant pants or a bullet proof vest but it is illeg
needs an ally. >>shepard: the feds now say a guy managed to board a plane to los angeles with enough weapons to inflict serious damage. weapons. thsecuty tgh rli aedatx fy. he was stopped when he had a bullet-proof vest on. guy with bullet-proof vest, ask him a question. he also had a knife the when screeners looked at his lugga, he is what else eyou oknaaga mask, three leather coated billy cubs, a collapsible baton, a hatchet, body bag, handcuffs and of course more knives. the png h y roou w, jthu here. lamb -- lax was not the first stop. >>jonathan: the japanese and korean equivalent of the t.s.a. have questions to answer. asar asic a a, is p ys, f de al in japan. he then flew to korea where he boarded the flight to lax. the question is, wre did he get e items in as soas h nd lesstd custom officials. >>shepard: was everything in the checked bags in >>jonathan: it is not legal getting on a plane with flame retarrant pants or au f b isllto y more e he things, a lot of them are possibly legal. the only other thing that could be illegal according to state laws are the collapsible bat
are at high risk. a place with a lot of air pollution, imagine the los angeles smock and cigarette smoke, this is bad news. second-hand smoke is not good. >>shepard: you wonder what this leads to and you would think more regulations are on the way >>guest: i would favor more of that. if you have gruesome pictures of what the cancer looks like, we could are tougher. people are not taking the risk or assuming the danger, they are bistanders. >>shepard: and another study that is not enough, another study where experts say the warning of second-hand television in essence, they say even when kids are not sitting there glued to the television, the television could be on in the background and that is causing problems, just a tv someone else is watching. the study is from the "journal of pediatrics," finds american kids are spoked to four hour as day of background division. >>guest: this show exempt. >>shepard: among poor families it is nearly six hours a day. according to the reporting in this study it request affect we attention span and performance. >>guest: you leave the tv on in the backgro
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there would be. trace, thank you from los angeles. and now a former special agent with the drug enforcement administration, also the c.e.o. and founder of global security incorporated which is a risk management and counterterrorism consulting firm. good to see you. i don't know how we figure out who is who down there or which leader is in power but does it seem right to you that as long as we have this enormous appetite and market for what the product is they are creating, that this is going to continue forever? >>guest: that is an excellent point. you need to have a two-prong strategy: interdiction and enforcement and demand reduction. if you look at the success we have had over the years in reducing cigarette smoking, for example, it can be done. will it be zero? no. we have to have less demand and try to lock the guys up. >>shepard: cigarette smoking is something you do in public, that is controlled, the only product legal in the united states that when used as directed kills and they have to now pay $15.75 in the lobby 12 stories down there. that is how they did that. the way they are
at a golf club southeast of los angeles spotted a 2' shark that fell near the 12th tee flopping around on the grass so the worker put it in the cart and drove it back to the clubhouse. the shark was put in a tub of water and put it in the ocean where it swam away. the workers saw puncture wounds on the shark so they think a bird might have caught it in the water, picked it up and flown it over and dropped it on them. sharks could be flying, now, and they are just not telling us. another conspiracy. the dow is sitting
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